# Carla Fowler

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Students will draw dilations of polygons on a coordinate plane using a given scale factor. Students will determine if a dilation is a reduction or enlargement and calculate missing side lengths. Students will be given ordered pairs and asked to
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Students will use their knowledge of volume of cylinders, cones and spheres to calculate total volume in application problems.
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4.0
Students will graph a given polygon using coordinates. Then they will apply a dilation to create a new image. The origin is the center of dilation. Students will compare the coordinates of the original image and the coordinates of the new image
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3.9
Formative assessment to be given after students have mastered the following concepts: Irrational Numbers Rational Numbers Estimating Irrational Numbers Estimating Irrational Numbers on a Number Line Simplify Radicals Simplify Perfect Squares and
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3.8
Students will calculate the volume of cylinders given the radius or diameter and height. For some problems the students will leave their answer in terms of pi, for other problems an estimate to the nearest tenth will be given.
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4.0
Formative assessment to be given after students have mastered the concepts of similar figures and scale factors. Students are asked to calculate scale factors, use scale factors to find missing side lengths, and calculate perimeter and area ratios
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Students will find the value of missing segments of similar triangles. These are "triangles within triangles." Students will use their understanding of parallel lines and angles to prove/understand why the triangles are similar.
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3.9
Using a given scale factor, students will calculate missing side lengths of similar figures. Scale factors are a mixture of numbers greater than 1 and numbers less than 1.
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3.8
Formative assessment to be given when students have mastered the following concepts: Volume of Cylinders Volume of Cones Volume of Spheres Finding an unknown radius or height when total volume is given Relationship between the volume of a cylinder
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4.0
Find missing angle measures. Determine the value of variables in expressions representing angle measures. Interior Angles of Triangles Exterior Angles of Triangles
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4.0
Students will determine the shape of the base of prism, calculate area of the base, multiply by the height to find total volume. Students will also be given the total volume of a prism, and they must calculate the missing height.
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6 ratings
4.0
Students will convert repeating decimals to fractions. The digits in these decimals all repeat making the conversion simple.
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3.9
Students will convert repeating decimals to fractions. Not all digits repeat.
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4.0
Students must determine if two figures are similar by checking for congruent corresponding angles and proportional sides. If the figures are similar, the students must calculate the scale factor from the small figure to the large figure and from
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Students will be given one of three ratios; either the similarity ratio, the perimeter ratio, or the area ratio of similar figures. From that ratio, students will determine the other two ratios. Students will also be given two similar figures with
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Students will calculate the volume of cylinders given the radius and or diameter and the height. Students will also calculate the radius or height given the total volume of the cylinder. Answers will be left in terms of pi.
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3.8
Formative assessment to use after students have mastered the concept of angle pairs created from parallel lines and transversals. Corresponding Alternated Interior Same-Side Interior Vertical Adjacent Supplementary Linear Pair Students must name
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Formative Assessment to use when students have mastered the following concepts: Parallel Lines Transversals Names of Angle Pairs Relationship of Angle Pairs Supplementary Angles Algebraic Equations Interior Angles of Triangles Exterior Angles of
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6 ratings
3.5
Students will graph more than one transformation on a coordinate plane - a composition of transformations.
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3.9
Students will be given a picture or description of a cone in which they will be asked to calculate the total volume or a missing height or radius. Answers will be left in terms of pi.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

MY TEACHING STYLE

I believe practice is still an important part of the mathematics classroom. Making a connection between what students already know and what I am trying to teach them is critical. Real world applications of mathematical concepts helps solidify the understanding of mathematical processes and procedures.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Georgia Master Teacher. Teacher of the Year.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Formerly a Cost Accountant for a Fortune 500 company.

6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th

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